Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)
Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)
Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)
Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)

I gotta be somewhere in moments.
And I have all the components
Of being wicked late. Well, that's just great.
I cannot tolerate your slowness.

You're bumming in my blind spot. Well ain't that fine!
Judging from your liver spots, most'a your spots are blind.
I gotta get there now! I gotta get there today!
Uh oh! Someone's in my way!

You may have noticed that I chose the diamond lane.
This is the lane constructed for speed that's insane.
Your plodding is creating an intense migraine.
And I can see your bumper sticker's pro-McCain.

Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)
Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)
Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)
Uh Oh! (Uh Oh!)
Uh Oh! (Someone's In My Way!)

I guess it is out of the question.
For a successful merging session.
You won't let me ahead nor behind.
My friend, you'll pay for your transgressions.

You'll get an eyeful of my high beam fun.
Say pal, it's midnight, why not turn your lights on?
You're rubbernecking at the slightest chance.
What are you getting from more than just a glance?

I know you see an accident, but what is your plan?
Fly over like some kind of superman?
Perform surgery on the victims of the wreck and
repair the damage in a matter of seconds?
Are they gonna declare you the hero of the day
and raise you up shouting hip hip hooray?
That ain't gonna happen, so pick up the pace
and avoid the misdeeds I'll perform on your face.


Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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